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# just took first practice GMAT..

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22 Apr 2007, 20:28
hey, i was wondering how much i should expect to increase.. i just took my first practice GMAt and it was not great.. i havent started studying,, just doing a few random questions, and i ordered a bunch of books.. (OG's.. Manhattan) so i will be studying for 2-3months.. i want to get into an MBA for january, and i need a 600
i got 460.. but i know i can ace math once i get the hang of it.. the verbal, i am not too sure.. i did the LSAT and only got in the low 150s.

do u guys think this is reasonable?? do people go up 150pts, or is that unrealistic?? i really hate these tests...lol!

also, anyone here looking at sports MBAs??

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22 Apr 2007, 22:02
Futurology? :-D
If you spend some time (2-3 months of study, approx?) you shouldn't have big problems to get a score of 600. To increase your score from 460 to 600 doesn't seem to be a big issue, I'm sure you can do so... try hard and post your result in a couple of months!

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